“I’m feeling homesick already. I hope to link up with the squad soon enough to prepare them for Africa World Cup qualifiers set for September,” said Mulee.
Harambee Stars head coach Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee wants the Confederation of African Football to provide standardised procedures of conducting Covid-19 tests ahead of the African World Cup qualifiers to curb cheating.
Mulee backed Caf’s decision to push matches forward to September, saying it would afford him adequate time to refine his charges well enough before their first tie against Uganda in Nairobi on September 5.
“I welcome the whole idea considering our league was halted in March and our local-based players had not been active until last Friday when competition resumed.
“Postponing the matches to September was a good idea. Teams now have sufficient time to prepare for Africa World Cup qualifiers.
Mulee lashed out at officials and players who have taken to match-fixing in the Kenya’s top tier, saying they were exposing the country to unnecessary ridicule.
“It’s a very sad affair. This is a warning to the football family,” he said.
“Some goals that are scored are not convincing. What is coming out is that match-fixing is real, and it’s the worst thing any player or official can do,” said Mulee.